All posts by Scott James - Paperback Pundit

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FREE Photo Journey through San Francisco…

San Francisco is home. I wasn’t born here […]

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LitSlam: Badass Poetry from Underground

What happens when wikipedia gets crossed with Thunderdome? Lit Slam. And what happens when the resulting wiki-dome (thunder-pedia?) gives birth to a book? Something called

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FREE Halloween Reads

And so begins Halloween in Denver, by Richard Brautigan, one of my favorite holiday stories of all time. It's not a scary story, unless

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Kirk Von Hammett’s Day Of The Dead Bash and Book Release

Yes, the lead guitarist from Metallica is throwing a party in the Mission the day after Halloween. And it's to celebrate his new book about his frighteningly large

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FREE Sidewalk Ritual Book Release Party, a reading by Stuart and FREE Sidewalk Ritual IPA!

If you like books about self-discovery in SF, want to try the special edition Sidewalk Ritual IPA my friend Aaron Bryan at Artisan Brewing made, and

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FREE LitCrawl Festival!

FREE book readings all over the Mission district this Saturday! For 3 hours this Saturday, October 13, the Mission will be like Burning Man and Coachella COMBINED for

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SF Open Studios

This month, you're invited to the studios of more than 900 SF artists. For FREE. I'm a big fan of the whole program, as it's a chance to get

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FREE Magical Safari art at Roll Up Gallery

"An exhibition full of creativity and illusions that will transport you to a wild, new, exciting world..." where you will find "ferocious, vivacious, vigorous,  cute, adorable and touching

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FREE Steamroller Printing Festival



Ever seen art made by steamroller? Now you can. Welcome to the 9th annual Roadworks festival, where, in short, talented woodcutters and print makers create

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Rik Olson: Steamroller Print Retrospective

You've seen engraving prints, but have you seen huge prints pressed by a steamroller?
 
Rik Olson, a living master of wood engraving and illustration by anyone's standards, told me